New York Fashion Week – Fall 2010 Fashion Shows #2
02/17/2010, 1:00 AM
Filed under: Fashion Shows

Betsey Johnson – wonderful bright colors of hot pink, red, yellow, purple feel so Betsey.  I love that Betsey got Kelly Osbourne to walk in the show.  So much brighter than all the neutrals other designers have been showing.

Caroline Herrera – such a retro chic collection, it takes me back to days of Evita.  With hats, furs, leather, and touches of sequins in the richest colors, I had a hard time not showing the ENTIRE collection!  I D.I.E. for you, Carolina.  I am wearing your fragrance all week in tribute to you.  Seriously.  I am DYING over here.

Diane von Furstenberg – so sophisticated and fun – with pinstripes, fly hats and fur all at the same time.  It’s like the best of both worlds — party clothes and work clothes.  And I just love, love, love Diane.  She is THE greatest.

DKNY – I am loving the color blocking and urban feel of this collection.  The bright colors temper the brown, black and charcoal… makes me look forward to fall – kind of at least.  (It’s too cold to think of coats for fall already.)

Herve Leger byMax Azria – I am all about the boy con movement in fashion… but when is enough … well enough?  Until I saw the dress with weaving and ruffles too.

Marc Jacobs – I usually am disappointed by Marc Jacobs’ collections even though I LOVE the concept of him.  But not this collection!  I am so in love with the silver, fur, sequins, coats in subdued colors and sophisticated silhouettes.  It feels grown up and fun at the same time – so MY style.

Rachel Roy – Damn, Rach!  I am dying for your suits.  Seriously, loving the great colors and well cut clothing.

Tracy Reese – Sexy, sexy shapes and great colors and fun clothes are the best thing in the world.  And Tracy is the best to do it.  There are definitely a few things I’d love to have in here.

Victoria Beckham – OMG why am I dying for one of her dresses?  The colors are vibrant and the cuts are MADE for the female form.

Zac Posen – love the flirty shapes and wonderful colors, but most of it’s not really my style.  I still love all curly haired boys though…

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I think the exact same thing about Marc Jacobs!

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